The fame-hungry father of three who pretended one of his sons was flying away in a big balloon at the weekend had previously filmed them singing an anti-gay song for YouTube. Hoaxer and hater: Richard Heene The youngest members of Colorado's Heene family sang "I look up in the tree. What do I see? I see a faggot trying to pee on me. I pick up a rock. Threw it at his cock." In the video, called 'Pussification', the boys also rapped about their mum's "big white ass". The three-minute video was uploaded to YouTube several months ago, attracting almost half a million viewers before being pulled off the website this week after American news media found it. Richard and Mayumi Heene, parents of the 6-year-old boy thought to be trapped in a balloon before he was found in an attic, are expected to be formally charged with making up the whole scenario. The Heene family had previously appeared on an episode of TV reality show Wife Swap, in which Richard Heene yelled "You suck!" at his temporary wife. The Heene family's 'Pussification' video is shown below.
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First published: Tuesday, 20th October 2009 - 11:45am
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